An author, retreat & workshop presenter, spiritual guide, and editor, I’m interested in nature, spirituality, play, prayer, and service.
I value substance and transparency, poetry and rhythm, stories of courage, humor, wilderness, and the human spirit.
Teens and college students inspire me. For dozens of years I’ve led retreats, leadership programs, and help people make meaning from whatever life brings. I’m a rather simple person, but my “yes” brings many extraordinary opportunities and people into my life.
Adventurous and creative, I trust the unknown, and know through tough personal experiences that there is always a reason to hope … no matter what. I hope to connect with you through blogging, books, social networking, and my website.
In August 2011 I began new work with KPBSD–Kenai Peninsula Borough School District–as their communications specialist. During a visit to a small village school in Port Graham, Alaska, a group of first and second graders asked, “What do you do?” Sitting on the classroom floor with them, I smiled into their faces of curiosity, paused, then replied, “I’m a storyteller.” It fits.
Where do you experience the significant in ordinary, everyday life? I look forward to a conversation, and to your stories.
Be brave, believe,
Pegge (Bernecker) Erkeneff
Kenai Peninsula, Alaska